A research project funded by the Research Council of Norway exploring social responsible crowdsourcing tools for environmental research and decision-making, in the areas of urban air quality and wood burning, urban stormwater management and blue-green infrastructure, and urban planning.

Recent posts

  • Infrastructural Analysis of a Crowdsourcing Tool

    A new iResponse paper by Fossum et al. (2018) adopts information infrastructure design principles and concepts from the theory of critical mass to analyze and evaluate the socio-technical conditions that hindered the successful bootstrapping processes of a crowdsourcing tool for environmental research.

  • Privacy by design

    The Norwegian Directorate of eHealth with kjernejournal was the winner of the privacy by design competition 2017 in Norway. A solution many in the public and private sectors can look to as an example of privacy by design in practice, said the jury.

  • Human-centric design at the core

    As designers we can be more socially responsible by including marginalized users in our research, and try to be aware of their problems when designing services, products and solutions, says Kari Anne Solfjeld Eid at Hoi Oslo.

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